Microsoft announced the addition of two new compliance and security offers starting February 1, 2019, in response to the new requirements added by information security provisions such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and today's growing cyber security attack threat.  The new security and compliance packages are designed to provide business customers who are not ready for a Microsoft 365 E5 package to get some of the benefits provided.
Identity and threat protection offer packages multiple threat protection services
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Furthermore, the new Microsoft 365 Identity & Threat Protection package combines several advanced threat protection services, ranging from Microsoft Threat Protection (Windows Defender ATP, Azure Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and Office 365 ATP containing Threat Intelligence), to Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Active Directory.
Identity and threat The protection bid will be available from February 1 to all Microsoft 365 E3 customers for $ 12 per user per month, before volume discounts.
Microsoft also plans to add Information Protection and Compliance offerings in the Microsoft 365 subscription plans, which combine Office 365 Advance
Microsoft 365 E3 customers can now use features available in the E5 package
According to Redmond is this package "designed to help parent senior officers carry out ongoing risk assessments with compliance scores over Microsoft Cloud services, automatically classify and protect sensitive data, and respond effectively to regulatory requests utilizing artificial intelligence (AI)."
The New Offer Microsoft 365 will be priced a little lower compared to the new security package, with a price of $ 10 per user per month for all Microsoft 365 E3 customers before volume discounts.
"There are no price increases or service consequences associated with any of these changes. The new privacy and privacy protection offerings are designed to provide customers with easier purchasing, deployment and adoption of these security and compliance loads," says Ron. Markezich, Executive Vice President of Microsoft 365.